And no, it does, in fact, not. Any Pokemon gaining experience from one enemy will receive the same EVs as the one that actually battled, which is the full amount. --- Life is just a series of problems that make you wish you were dead until you are!
So really it does affect the EV's because the Pokemon with Exp. Share, even though never participating in battle themselves, still receives Exp? I feel like you were saying two different ideas in your post. Could you explain? --- Feel the pain of those inferior beings, as you burn in hell! -Kratos, Tales of Symphonia
#5kirbymuncherPosted 3/18/2009 3:29:21 AM
Any pokemon that gains EXP from the battle will also gain the full amount of EVs.
So whether that counts as affecting or not is up to you, I guess. --- So what happens after FE10? Astrid becomes a professional comedian by showing off her base stats-WaterofDarkness
#6Hotarubi1c3Posted 3/18/2009 11:28:59 AM
My question on the EXP. Share/EV thing is, if the pokemon holding EXP share battles, would it get more EVs? Or is the Macho Brace the only item that can do that? --- OMB, JUMPING FLYING FLAMING TACOS! -eats tacos, burns to death-
#7Globe_199Posted 3/19/2009 8:38:16 PM
I feel like I need to explain this using a flow chart or something, even though it's not that difficult. I'll use an example though. Copy and paste the below link into a different internet window so you cna follow along:
Look where it says "Effort Values Awarded" and you will find that 3 EVs in attack are awarded when Shiftry is defeated.
EVs are rewarded when receiving experience. A Pokemon holding the Macho Brace will gain 2x the EVs (ie: 6), and ALL OTHER POKEMON receiving experience, regardless of whether this is obtained through EXP share/battling/both, will obtain the base (3) EVs. --- Life is just a series of problems that make you wish you were dead until you are!